Streema, Inc., a radio listening service on the Web, is simplifying the radio-listening experience on mobile devices, as well. Simple Radio iOS app, now available in the App Store, features more than 25,000 radio stations from virtually every country in the world, including music and talk genres.
A study from Edison Research and Triton Digital reports 47 percent of all Americans older than age 12, about 124 million people, have listened to online radio in the last month, with 94 million (36 percent) in the last week. Streema connects local AM/FM radio stations with more than 5 million monthly users.
The app’s clean user interface allows for one-tap access to a user’s favorite station. Simple Radio utilizes the recently introduces iOS8 and OS X Yosemite feature, Handoff, allowing users to seamlessly listen to their favorite stations across devices. iPad and Android apps are coming soon.
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While it’s unlikely you’d go all the way to Lisbon, Portugal, for just one dish, there’s certainly one bite you must have while you’re there: the egg tart. Pastel de nata (cream pastry) is a national obsession that has become a bucket-list bite for nearly every traveler to the country’s seaside capital. Fortunately for tourists, the city’s most iconic landmark, Belém Tower, is located just across the street and down the shoreline from the city’s undisputed powerhouse of pastel, Pastéis de Bélem. Unfortunately for visitors, the line leading to Pastéis de Bélem’s bakery counter may be the longest line found anywhere in the city, as salivating hordes wait their turn to taste the original, secret recipe invented by the monks of the nearby Jerónimos Monastery in Santa Maria de Bélem, itself an architecture masterpiece that places it at the top of any Lisbon must-list.